Duotone Effect
Duotone Effect

Back when the practice of photography was still new, reproducing images in color was considered too expensive. The only option then was to print in monotone, but this lacked the richness and contrast needed to make the image pop. Because of this, the duotone effect was created to brighten up pictures and allow the image to pop out without breaking the bank.

However, as technology advanced, full-color images became the norm, and the practice became more of an artistic choice than a necessity. …

Shubhi Dengre

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